Southwest accepts surplus property bids

Thursday, October 9, 2008

The Southwest R-V School Board accepted several surplus property bids at its regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 11.

The board accepted a $1,627 bid for bus #5 and a $1,485 bid for bus #10 from David Dalton. The district also received a $1,010 bid from Keith Hendrix for bus #5 and a $151.76 bus bid from Fred Sterling.

Other accepted bids included: a $10 bid from Judy Brooks for two metal shelves; a $20 bid from Virginia Roller for a personal computer; a $10 bid from Bea Roller for a record player; a $20 bid from Connie Cross for an Apple computer; a $20 bid from Mike Vining for a personal computer; a $100 bid for four shelves and a $20 bid for two record players from Billie Sapp; a $50 bid from Stephen Long on an Apple computer; a $104.61 bid for 11 Apple computers and a $5 bid for a metal shelf from Fred Sterling.

In other business, the Southwest R-V School Board:

*Approved a 7 percent fund transfer from Fund 1 to Fund 4 for school building additions and renovations.

* Reviewed a publications program evaluation submitted by Steve Voyak.

* Employed Kori Catlett as a high school cheerleading sponsor.

* Reviewed the fall sports evaluation submitted by Coach Kenny Ferguson.

* Approved the district's accountability plan updates.

* Voted to remove two storage pods from the Southwest campus and move the remaining storage units to the west side of the greenhouse.

* Set admission prices as follows: high school events, $4 for adults and $3 for students; middle school events, $3 for adults and $2 for students; season passes, $45 for adults, $30 for students and $100 for families.

* Declared an exercise machine, eight record players and several plaster ceramic modes surplus property.

* Received the 2007 adequate yearly progress (AYP) report and Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) test results.

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